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ʣ4312  ߣ  Դ˼Ӣ  ʱ䣺2012-5-2

ࣺ increase, go up, rise up, grow up, jump up, surge, shoot up, keep an upward tendency

½ࣺ decrease, go down, decline, fall down, drop, sink, dip, keep a downward tendency

ࣺ fluctuate

ƽࣺ remain the same, stabilize, remain stable, remain constant

ζʵĸʣ slightly ΢أ slowly أ gradually 𽥵أ steadily ȶأ rapidly Ѹٵأ moderately º͵أ ΢أ significantly Եأ sharply Եأ dramaticallyأ drastically

ࣺ increase, rise, growth, jump, surge

½ࣺ decrease, decline, fall, reduction, drop

ࣺ fluctuation

ʵݴʣ slight, slow, gradual, steady, rapid, moderate, significant, sharp, dramatic, drastic

2ֵʻͱ

ߵ㣺 reach the peak/top/highest point

Increase to the peak/top/highest point(Ķʶ滻increase)

͵㣺 reach the bottom/lowest point

drop to the bottom/lowest point(½Ķʶ滻drop)

ռࣺ occupy/make up/take up/account for the largest proportion/number/percentage of …

ռ٣ occupy/make up/take up/account for the smallest proportion/number/percentage of …

3ı﷽ʽ

Double /һ

Increase/decrease three times /

4Լı﷽ʽ

About/around +

+ or so

Approximately +

5õСĵƾʽ

ʽһ 仯/ͼ+ƶ++ʱ

Eg: The number of aged people over 65 increased significantly from 1940-2000.

The number of aged people over 65 dropped slightly from 1960-1980.

The number of aged people over 65 fluctuated between 1 million and 1.2 million from 1940-1950.

The number of aged people over 65 remained stable from 1930-1940.

ʽ There be + ݴ + ʾƵ + in+ 仯+ ʱ

Eg: There was an significant increase in the number of aged people over 65 from 1940-2000.

There was a slight decline in the number of aged people over 65 from 1960-1980.

There was a fluctuation between 1 million and 1.2 million from 1940-1950.

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